Chain | Cohn | Clark and friends raise funds for League of Dreams sports program for special needs children
The Bakersfield-based personal injury and workers’ compensation law firm Chain | Cohn | Clark, with the help of several friends of the firm, helped raise more than $2,000 for The League of Dreams as part of the 2015 Kern County Corporate Challenge.
Chain | Cohn | Clark recently finished taking part in the Corporate Challenge, an Olympic-style, business-versus-business competition that benefits a local charity, League of Dreams. For six weeks, local companies competed against each other in a dozen athletic and non-athletic games including softball, dodge ball, poker, laser tag, and bowling. Companies fundraised for League of Dreams, which is a free Kern County sports league for children with disabilities.
Among those who graciously donated toward The League of Dreams on behalf of Chain | Cohn | Clark are as follows:
- eMedia Marketing Solutions: Erin Henderson is the owner if this Bakersfield-based marketing agency.
- Dr. Lawrence Miller, MD: Dr. Miller’s runs a international pain management practice with offices in Beverly Hills, Long Beach and Santa Ana.
- O’Leary’s Office Products: A one-stop source for janitorial, break room and office supply needs, O’Leary’s is locally owned and operated with more than 20 years of experience serving Kern County businesses.
- Bob Montgomery Insurance Services: Bob Montgomery provides auto, home, business and commercial insurance services throughout Bakersfield.
- Atlas Settlement Group, Inc.: This structured settlement insurance agency is comprised of leading professionals located throughout the country, focusing on structured annuities.
- Quantum Data Systems, Inc.: Quantum provides IT support to a variety of businesses including network administration, desktop support, security, remote computing and database administration.
- Keleher’s Certified Shorthand Reporters: This family-owned business of court reporters has served Southern San Joaquin Valley since 1952.
League of Dreams representatives says it costs $40 per special needs child per season to take part in the sports league. The participant’s parents and guardians, who are responsible for medical care needed for their children, would not be able to afford for their children to take part without the support of sponsors, like the ones above. Without these sponsors, the league would not be possible.
The mission of the League of Dreams is to work towards fulfillment of its motto, “Every child should have the chance to play!”
Corporate Challenge Recap
Chain | Cohn | Clark competed against several companies — GAF, Paramount Citrus, In-Shape Fitness, Worklogic, Cameron and AT&T — in laser tag, poker, horseshoes and dodgeball. To get the law firm excited about the competition, attorneys Matt Clark and Neil Gehlawat starred in a video about the Kern County Corporate Challenge. The 80s-style video stars the two as they get ready for the challenge. You can watch the video by clicking here.
In the end, the law firm took first place in laser tag, third place in poker, second place in horseshoes and second place in dodgeball.
To see photos from Chain | Cohn | Clark’ participation in Kern County Corporate Challenge, visit the law firm’s Instagram account by clicking here. And to see photos from through the Kern County Corporate Challenge, visit the Corporate Challenge Facebook page here.
* Editor’s Note: Neil Gehlawat is no longer an attorney with Chain | Cohn | Clark *